Vaccination of children: more harm than good

3 17. 06. 2022

An ongoing German study, which compares the incidence of illness among vaccinated and unvaccinated children, points to a fairly clear disparity between the two groups, at least in terms of morbidity. By group Health Freedom Alliance children who have been vaccinated under official government programs have up to five times more likely to become ill than children who have developed their own immune system naturally without vaccines.

A preliminary study released in September 2011 is a survey containing data on 8000 unvaccinated children whose overall morbidity was compared with morbidity among the normal population from the vast majority of the vaccinated. In each single category of illness, unvaccinated children were far better off than the infected children, both in terms of the prevalence of disease severity and their severity. In other words, studies suggest that vaccines are not effective or safe.

"Over the last 50 or even more years of growing vaccination planning (now more than 50 doses, 14 vaccines given prior to joining kindergarten, 26 benefits in the first year), no CDC or any other agency on health outcomes vaccinated versus non-vaccinated people, "wrote 2011 on Louis Rain for Health Freedom Alliance.

V it has been revealed that vaccinated children have up to twice the tendency to develop, for example, neurodegmatitis, a skin disease manifested by chronic itching and scratching. Similarly, on the basis of current data, vaccinated children have a greater tendency to develop a migraine compared to unvaccinated approximately 2,5.

Numbers are even more distinct in asthma and chronic bronchitis, where the probability of developing respiratory problems is greater than 8 for vaccinated children than for non-vaccinated children. There is also the likelihood of developing hyperactivity, hay fever and thyroid disease up to 3 times, 4 times, and shocked 17 times greater than in non-vaccinated children.


Autism occurs very rarely among unvaccinated children.

Let's take care of the issue of autism without a longstanding claim in the debate on the safety of vaccines. According to current data, only 4 from 8000 non-vaccinated children included in the 2011 study responded to severe autism. That's only half a percent of the total population. While according to the German KiGGS table used for comparison, autism occurs among the regular 1.1 population.

This means that the probability of developing severe autism in vaccinated children is up to 2.5 times greater than in non-vaccinated children. This is a shocking finding when we consider that healthcare institutions vehemently deny any connection between heavy autism and vaccines. As has been shown, a high proportion of heavy metals, including mercury (apparently from other sources), have been shown to have been found in all four unvaccinated children who reported heavy autism. There is therefore indirect agreement with vaccinated children because vaccines contain mercury or aluminum substances that increase the risk of illness when injected.

Even though this case does not necessarily mean a direct link, the overall difference in disease incidence between vaccinated and unvaccinated children is at least at least a very strong guide that can not be denied or rejected. Although other possible contexts are taken into account, as the authors of the survey have been trying for years, data still show a higher incidence of disease among vaccinated children than unvaccinated children.

In a similar separate study conducted in 90. In the years of the past century, experts have found that the incidence of diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis infection in children in vaccinated children is, on average, up to 2 times higher compared to unvaccinated children.

Author of translation: Michala Morávková

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